#Shortstops: Jones’ spikes celebrate Jackie’s legacy
Kelli Yakabu was the 2018 digital collections intern in the Hall of Fame’s Frank and Peggy Steele Internship Program for Youth Leadership Development
#Shortstops: Art Pennington: An Equal among Greats
Art “Superman” Pennington was an equal among greats. But he preferred to play in Latin America, where he was judged by his talents instead of by the color of his skin.
A Foothold on History
With all eyes on the Boston Red Sox in the 2004 ALCS, pitcher Curt Schilling gave a memorable postseason performance.
Sol White helped change the face of baseball
Though he was not permitted to excel on the diamond at the highest levels – due to the color of his skin – Sol White’s position in history is secure, thanks to his tireless work as a chronicler of the
The First of Many
Masanori Murakami opened the door for Asian players in the big leagues.